From traditional Hatha classes to contemporary Vinyasa Flows, we’ve got a list of some ohm-azing yoga studios in Hong Kong.
Whether you’re new to yoga or a believer in a-downward-dog-a-day, we’ve lined up some of the best yoga studios in Hong Kong. Time on a yoga mat promises countless benefits, and when you’ve tried it for yourself, you won’t need any more convincing. From the persistence and practice needed for sun salutations to the patience and slower pace of Yin, there really is a style for everyone. Here’s our handy guide to yoga studios and private instructors around town.
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The Best Yoga Studios In Hong Kong
Featured Yoga Studios In Hong Kong
PURE Yoga offers exceptional teaching, facilities and environments that inspire people of all ages and abilities to make yoga part of their lives. It works to connect practitioners and teachers on a global level by fulfilling diverse needs through various yoga offerings and a team of internationally recognised teachers. Without a doubt, this is one of the leading Yoga Studios in Hong Kong. It’ll take you a while to get through all the different classes on their schedule: from hot yoga, wall rope yoga and Hatha yoga to special classes such as Yoga for Runners and Yoga for Office Workers, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the variety on offer. Within Hong Kong alone, PURE Yoga has 12 studios in prime areas such as Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Mong Kok and a hybrid yoga + fitness location in Repulse Bay.
How much: Day passes are available and you can register for it here. A member of the PURE team will be on hand to run you through the cost of the package around the same time.
Flex Studio is a known favourite in Hong Kong, specialising in Pilates, Yoga and Xtend Barre. As a boutique studio with small class sizes, this premium and homegrown brand is unique for its Pilates-specialised approach, offering the city’s only Classical Pilates and Xtend Barre licensed studio. Flex’s yoga teachers are internationally trained and benefit from a multidisciplinary teaching approach, with many coming from a background in classical dance and Pilates. Most importantly, they are dedicated to bringing out excellence in each and every client.
How much: Check credit packages and promotions here. Yoga classes range from $220 to $280. If you live or work around Wong Chuk Hang, you can enjoy competitive Corporate Packs with unlimited yoga options, see details here.
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Newly renovated and conveniently located for Kowloon-siders in the heart of Lai Chi Kok, Prajna Yoga offers more than 70 classes a week, catering to a range of ages and abilities. Its dedicated tribe of yoga Masters teach a range of styles, including Hatha Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Wall Rope Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Breathwork, Meditation and Wheel Yoga (to name just a few!). Interested in teaching yoga yourself? Prajna Yoga also offers Yoga Teacher training of 85, 100, 200 and 300 hours, certified by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance International.
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Prajna Yoga, Shop 2, 3/F, Sing Shun Centre, 495 Castle Peak Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2371 2515, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.prajna-yoga.com, www.facebook.com/prajnayogahk, www.instagram.com/prajnayogahk
B Squared Yoga and Dance
BusyBody Fitness Centre’s B Squared Yoga and Dance studio offers a cosy and inviting space for your workout, and attentive instructors who make it a priority to support each individual on their fitness journey. It’s great value for money, with class-only packages starting from $1,200 for 10 classes. From Aerial, Hoop and Wheel Yoga to Mat Pilates, you can expect a range of high-quality yoga classes and a flexible schedule at either of its two studios in the New Territories (Island dwellers will be glad to hear a third location is set to open in Causeway Bay later this year!).
B Squared Yoga and Dance (Shek Mun), Unit 320-321, Corporation Park, 11 On Lai Street, Shek Mun, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/busybodyshekmun
B Squared Yoga and Dance (Fo Tan), 502 CCT Telecom Building, 11 Wo Shing Street, Fo Tan, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, 6058 9055, www.busybodyhk.com, www.instagram.com/busybodyfitnesshk, www.instagram.com/b2_yoga_and_dance_ft
The Yoga Room
Spanning four floors, this boutique yoga studio has been tucked away in the heart of Sheung Wan for 12 years, offering a peaceful sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle below. From hatha, vinyasa, hot yoga, mat pilates, TRX and more, The Yoga Room offers over 80 classes a week, with the majority of them being kept to small groups to ensure high-quality and personalised instruction. The Yoga Room also offers yoga teacher training and workshops for those looking to deepen their practice. Want to try a class before committing to a package? Send them an email to book your free trial today!
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Yoga Studios In Hong Kong
The instructors at Anahata Yoga will give you personal attention in a group class so that your tree poses look less wind-blown and more strong and sturdy. With a range of classes on offer, you’ll get to try a wide variation, including ones specifically practised for de-stressing (who isn’t stressed these days?) such as slimming yoga, back care yoga and core yoga. Drop them an email and they will cater a specific monthly programme to suit your needs.
How much: With lots of different packages on offer, give them a call to find out more and book a free trial class.
Anhao is a boutique fitness studio, conveniently located in Sheung Wan. With everything from pilates and yoga and with over 30 hours a week of classes on offer, there is sure to be something for everyone.
How much: $250 for your first trial class. Find out more about pricing here!
Bodywize have got a whole host of instructors and classes to suit all schedules. One exciting kind of yoga it offers is antigravity yoga, which is sure to test your concentration and sense of balance if you’re not paying attention! This studio not only focuses on yoga and Pilates, but overall wellness too as it also offers spa facilities. Book in for a massage after a Stretch and Relax class and you’ll be on your way to feeling zen in no time.
How much: Give them a call for more details on pricing.
This 15,000 square foot city offering, located in the heart of Causeway Bay, couldn’t feel further away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square below (thanks, partly, to its Balinese-inspired decor). It offers a long list of yoga and sacred arts classes, so whether you are more of a traditionalist devoted to Hatha, or want to try your hand at AntiGravity Yoga or Dharma Wheel Yoga, your options are endless! There’s also an equally wide range of classes focused on movement, meditation, sound and tea ceremonies. Plus, the epicurean plant-based eatery, Sakti Elixir, serves up healthy vegan-friendly, gluten- and dairy-free dishes. As a bonus, The Wellness Sanctuary offers massage and bodywork, energy healing and spa treatments.
If you’re looking to sweat in style, Flowga Studio is here with some intense and insanely fun hot yoga classes. Featuring a candle-lit environment and music to keep your body moving, the studio’s 60-minute hot flow session is designed to help you purge out your toxins and welcome positive energy. Apart from the usual Sweat ‘n’ Flow classes (a dynamic hot power vinyasa workout), you might also enjoy the Inside Flow (a fun workout that integrates yoga and dance) if you’re looking to spice up your yoga routine.
How much: $500 for a one-week unlimited intro pass, and drop-in classes start at $300 per class. Packages and monthly unlimited passes are also available, click here for full pricing details.
The exercises you’ll do here are perfect for toning up. You’ll work on the mega reformer (a big, scary-looking machine that’s not all that scary, really) under the watchful eye of the instructors at their yoga and Pilates classes. You’ll definitely be sore after one or two sessions, but also a whole lot stronger.
How much: Head here for full pricing details.
H-Kore (Central), 3/F, Emperor Commercial Centre, 39 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2441 9000, email@example.com
H-Kore (Quarry Bay), Suite 1201, Dorset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, 3107 1144, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.h-kore.com
This is Hong Kong’s first yoga practice uniquely developed to adapt to the female body and monthly rhythm. The process works in unison with women’s menstrual cycle to support the endocrine system and help restore hormonal imbalances. Based on Halta Yoga postures, a gentle practice with deep lower abdomen breathing, students restore a connection with their cycle, promoting optimal hormonal rebalancing. Through HER Yoga Practice, you’ll be welcomed into a community of like-minded women right here in Hong Kong. Simply get in touch with Claire to find out more and for booking. As a bonus, the first trial class is free for all first-time students.
Ikigai is a bespoke wellness and yoga studio, uniquely designed to evoke a sense of calm, peace and balance. The studio provides a creative and diverse range of classes suitable for all levels and needs, based on the practices of Yoga, Meditation and Movement – what the studio calls “The 3 Limbs of IKIGAI”. From Hatha yoga to Yin Yoga and Ashtanga, each type of class offered has its own methodology which enhances one’s mind, body, emotions and energy. Oh, and in case you were wondering, the name comes from the Japanese concept Ikigai, which translates to “a reason for being”.
How much: First-time trials are $100 per class. It also offers a Morning Offer at $150 per class ($750 per package), which gives you the chance to explore all weekday morning classes until 12pm — we love it! Single classes are $290 per class, class packages start at $2,400 for 10, and monthly packages start at $1,890 for unlimited classes.
Check out this modern studio in TST. It’s equipped with Pilates reformers, with plenty of space for mat exercises too. Choose from one of the group classes, or if you prefer, you can take a private class for a bit more TLC. In-Motion focuses more on Pilates techniques than traditional yoga, but is overall great for strengthening and toning your body.
How much: Prices vary depending on class size and type. Click here for more details.
This independent studio has a chilled vibe, portrayed beautifully by the chic and simple decor. The Candlelit Mellow class provides a slower-paced, restorative Vinyasa class, while those looking for more of a challenge can join the advanced session or Kita Sculpt. Small group and private classes are available, just get in touch to find out more!
How much: A drop-in class is $300 and a 10-class package is $2,750.
Your friendly neighbourhood yoga studio, Lemon Drop is a cosy space filled with lots of natural light. There is truly something for everyone here – classes range from back care yoga to core yoga and everything in between!
How much: A first trial session costs $150, drop-ins are $220, a package of 10 classes is $1,700 and an unlimited monthly pass is $1,600.
Mariko Hiyama is the yogini behind MARI Yoga, where taking care of yourself and listening to your body comes before impressive asanas. Try something different and opt for a fusion class that combines Qi Gong, Yoga and Martial Arts! Group classes in Kennedy Town are held at the Hive co-working space, the perfect after-work drop-in treat, but we like the sound of the cosy ‘Cocoon’ studio in Sheung Wan, with space for just five people.
How much: $230 for your first class. Drop them a WhatsApp for further details.
MARI Yoga (Sheung Wan), Unit 06, 13/F, Loon Kee Building, 267-275 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
MARI Yoga (Cheung Chau), Cheung Chau Sports Grounds, Fa Peng Road, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: +852 6391 356, email@example.com, www.mariyoga.com
Pause is a hub for holistic wellness with locations in Central and on Mui Wo. In addition to yoga and Pilates, it specialises in meditation, natural medicine, holistic healing and even talk therapy. The whole experience is designed to encourage you to slow down, breathe and reconnect with yourself.
How much: Send them an email for more details on pricing!
Pause (Sheung Wan), Graham Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong (email firstname.lastname@example.org for the exact address)
Pause (Lantau), G/F, 8 Ngan Kwong Wan Road, Mui Wo, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 9708 0187, email@example.com, www.pause.hk
Looking for a good stretch, a breath of fresh air and one of the best sunset views in town? Located in Kennedy Town, this open-air yoga space is perfect for those looking to take a quick break from the hustle and bustle. The classes follow the Solar Vinyasa style, which helps improve strength, flexibility, and endurance. Whether you’re an experienced yogi or a newbie, you’ll find yourself immersed in the relaxing ambience. Most importantly, you’ll be a part of a small, supportive group that stretches (and sweats) together.
How much: $150 per trial class, $200 per group class (adult), $150 per group class (student).
Rooftop Yoga HK, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.instagram.com/rooftopyogahk
In Sanskrit, Sambala means a place of peace, tranquility and happiness, while Bhu is used to indicate an occurrence. SambalaBhu Yoga has chosen to mould the two together to provide a sanctuary where you can learn yoga in a traditional, authentic manner. You’ll be taught by excellent Indian instructors whose extensive teaching experience is backed up by impressive academic qualifications and an encyclopedic knowledge of Yoga Science. Expect clear instructions throughout the lesson, as gentle corrections to your posture and alignment will be made to help improve your skills. There’s a wide variety of classes to choose from, with everything from Ashtanga and Hatha to Vinyasa and Meditation on offer. You can also opt for private lessons for some one-on-one attention!
A boutique yoga studio located in the heart of Wan Chai, Santi space offers plenty of beginner-friendly classes as well as more challenging sessions such as Intro to Inversions, where you’ll learn to see the world from a new perspective with head and handstands. If you need a little more motivation, join one of the workshops, which include a whole series of classes (keep an eye on the schedule here).
How much: An intro class is $150-$200 depending on the type of yoga, and repeated drop-ins start from $250 per class. Packages are available too.
With two large floor-to ceiling windows framing a view of Tai Hang’s Lin Fa Kung Temple and beautiful trees swaying in the wind, this studio lets in plenty of natural light and is the perfect space for a rejuvenating session. SOW Yoga offers Gentle and Relaxation classes for those looking to clear their minds and re-centre, as well as SOW Hatha, Flow and Core to provide a more intensive stretch and build core strength and balance.
This yoga studio’s schedule is designed for busy yogis, with the majority of classes taking place over lunchtime or after work. Aerial, Backbend and Inversion yoga is available for anyone in the mood to step up their practice, while the Relaxing Stretch class offers a slow-paced practice for when you just need to reset.
How much: $150 per trial class. Group classes start at $250 per class. Packages and unlimited passes are also available, click here for more information.
The perfect studio for beginners to start their yoga journey, Yoga Aloha keeps its classes to a max of 10 people and is easily accessible, located in the heart of Wan Chai. To learn the foundations of yoga, go for any Open Level class, which will help you build strength, improve flexibility and enhance the connection between your body and mind.
How much: $270 per drop-in class, more details on pricing here.
Although their well-loved Central studio has sadly shut, Yoga Bam Bam is still operating and going strong! The studio is currently offering private indoor and rooftop sessions (with a maximum of three guests), which is perfect if you’ve got a few yoga buddies who would enjoy small group training sessions. Partner massages, gong baths, and candle-lit yoga workouts are also available, so pick up your yoga mat and sign up before all spots are gone!
How much: $1,000 per session (Payment through a loyalty card programme is also available, give the studio a call to learn more!)
This was one of the first dedicated yoga studios in Hong Kong. The instructors here are well versed and their classes well planned. Swing by for a class at lunch or start your Saturday morning with a general class, best suited for beginners and novices.
How much: Package of four classes priced between $650 and $850 (depending on which class length you opt for).
Expect fun and energetic classes taught by yoga master Adam Weirick. Mats, changing rooms and showers are included. Monthly fees or strict contracts aren’t.
How much: Give the team a call for more info on pricing!
Private Yoga Classes In Hong Kong
Perfect for those of you who get a bit self-conscious in a massive class, Inspire Yoga holds private yoga sessions at a space that’s suitable to you. You can buy a bundle of one-hour classes and they offer a variety of different courses: Beginner’s, Healing Yoga, Stretch and Restore and more.
How much: You can select your package (number of people and how many sessions) here. It’s value for money if you want to grab a few other mates in your area and practice in someone’s home.
As a freelance yoga teacher, which is really the best kind, Lindsay Jang teaches private classes as well as sessions at Barre2Barre. She’s also one of our That Girls and owns Yardbird, Ronin, Sunday’s Grocery and MISSBISH. You’ll recognise her name from many community pop-up events too.
How much: Drop Lindsay an email to let her know how many people are in your group and she’ll give you more details about pricing.
Lindsay Jang, email@example.com
Yoga Studios In Hong Kong: Budget
LMYC are a not-for-profit centre practicing all forms of traditional yoga under one roof. Check out the studio in Tsim Sha Tsui for a whole range of classes. Whether you’re a beginner or you’re practicing at an advanced level, there’s something to suit all levels here.
How much: Classes start from $150 each, or you could purchase packages of eight classes for $488 – this is definitely on the more reasonable side of things. More details here.
Dr. Bryan Yoga was founded by Bryan, a doctor who specialised in sports injuries. Take a class with him and he’ll work on that pesky ongoing ankle injury with you. Of course, he’s a trained yogi, too, and uses his medical knowledge to explain the techniques and how they help your body. He also teaches at Pure Yoga and often works with Pay What You Wish Yoga, which is a great alternative for those of you who are looking to practice yoga on a budget!
How much: Drop Dr. Bryan an email to discuss yoga sessions and pricing.
Everyone’s favourite athleisure brand is known for making you look – and feel – like a yoga goddess. Did you know lululemon also offers free community classes? Keep an eye on its busy calendar and drop in on fun classes such as Animal Flow, Yoga For All and Sunset Sweat.
How much: Free!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally written and published in January 2017 by Shaneli Dadlani and was most recently updated in June 2021 by Lydia Ching.
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Hero image courtesy of Getty, image 1 courtesy of PURE Yoga, image 2 courtesy of Flex Studio, image 3 courtesy of Prajna Yoga, image 4 courtesy of B Squared Yoga and Dance, image 5 courtesy of The Yoga Room, image 6 courtesy of Anahata Yoga via Facebook, image 7 courtesy of Flowga Studio via Facebook, image 8 courtesy of Ikigai via Facebook, image 9 courtesy of Kita Yoga via Facebook, image 10 courtesy of Santi Space via Facebook, image 11 courtesy of SOW Yoga, image 12 courtesy of Yoga Central via Facebook, image 13 courtesy of Inspire Yoga via Facebook, image 14 courtesy of Lululemon Hong Kong via Facebook.